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A CHINESE MURDER.
A murder of the most horrible nature
was perpetrated at Soocbow, a few days
a£;0) says a Shanghai paper. The affair
us an insight into some of the cus
toms prevalent among this strange peo
pi C) and shows us what Chinese guides
ire capable* of doing when they think
ibeir rights and time-honored customs
have been outraged. It appears that the
gold-beaters of Soochow have it, among
other old-established customs, that a mas
ter gold beater can only engage one ap
prentice at a time, and this is eyen lim
ited to large shops only. Ah apprentice
of this craft is bound for three years, and
only after the expiration of this time can
the master employ another one. The ob
ject is to keep the number of craftsmen
within certain bounds, and so id guard
araiust a decrease of their present high
A master gold-beater and head of the
guild lately ventured to break this estab
lished custom by employing an appren
tice before the time of the old apprentice
bad expired. This roused the members of
the craft, and they opposed. The master
gold beater carried his case before the
magistrate, who decided that, notwith
standing the old custom, more than one
apprentice could be employed, but advis
ed, for the sake of peace, and in consider
ation of the prejudice against it, that this
should not be done too often. The work
men of the craft were not satisfied with
mis decision, and tried by all means in
their power to make the head of the guild
desist from taking a second apprentice.
He. however, on the strength of the mag
istrate’s decision, would have his own
way, and, as he was threatened by the
workmen, asked assistance from the Ya
meo to protect him. The workmen at
last invited him to come to their public
hall to talk matters over. He went,
accompanied by Yamen-runners to pro-
Having arrived at the guild-hall, some
126 men were assembled there who, after
bavicg pushed the Yamen runners out,
Josed the doors. All efforts on the part
of the Yamen people to gain an entrance
were useless; they were told by the work
[Lea inside that no one but the magis
trate himself would ibe admitted. The
Ytitnen runners bearing the cry of "Mur
j( r!’’ by the master gold heater whom
■.hey bad accompanied to the hall, and be
.cc unable to effect an entrance, ran to
tte magistrate.- This officer at once hur
ried to the ball and readily gained admit*
tance But what must have been his as
tonishment when he entered ! A horrible
Right met him. A man naked and already
dead was bound to a pillar, covered from
head to font with wounds caused by the
teeth of human beings. The magistrate
at once bad the doors closed to prevent
the culprits from escaping, and now call
-uJs child of the doorkeeper of the haft,
who Lad witnessed the horrible scene, to
tell him how it happened, and to point
.ut .the ringleaders. The child then, af
ter pointing out the ringleaders, gave the
following account: After the workmen
had assembled in the hall and the master
gold beater arrived, they first poshed out
the Yamen runners, as already stated
above. Having shut the door, they strip
ped their-victim and bound him to a. pil
lar He was now informed by the crowd
7-* * ’
that ibey determined to kill, him for
breaking the customs'of the craft, and
that each person there would bite him
until dead. Any person refusing to join
in this horrible scene would be killed in
the same way. They now alt set upon,
the an fortunate person bound to the pil
lar, bitting him over his whole body till
dead. When the magistrate arrived, these
savages had just finished their devilish
work, not having yet had time to wash
the blood off their mouths. Four of the
ringleaders were secured, and are now
awaiting their tria 1 . Most Chinese think
they will not be convicted for mnrder, as
the Chinese laws do not provide any
death punishment for biting a man to
Two Letters from Horace Greeley,
i(Fron the N. Y. Evening Mail.)
We print below two letters written to
a friend, years agp, by Horace Greeley, j
and hitherto unpublished. They are both |
of them characteristic—the first one open- 1
ing a view of the inner heart of one of i
the most sensitive and yet most misun
derstood of public men. The public has
heec made familiar with the almost idol
ai:y wherewith Mr. Greeley loved the
two boys he lost long ago. Bat we have
not met with any such tender and touch
-IDg portrayal of the stricken father’s
gnef as these tew lines furnish. The let
ter was a voluntary tribute of sympathy
sent by its writer to a recently afflicted
hienj, whose little girl bad won Hr.
Greeley’s heart a few months before, in
the west, but the notice of whose death
had just met his eyes in tpe Tribune. The
reader will not fail to mark the really pa
thetic tone of subdued sadness with
which Mr, Greejley speaks of the little one
who at six years) old was capable of so fully
anderstanding” one Whom So few ever
understood until he died. And we. have
here only another evidence of the great
journalist's craving for true sympathy,
wh 'ch mb is case was a hunger of the
M " ul whose gnawing shorted life bad made
lls closing scenes so sad. Both nf these
letters are good examples of Mr. Gree
dy 8 faintness of expression :
‘ Nrw York, July 24,1837.— My Dear
r Seeing in the Tribune the death of
yiMr sweet child, whom I so weil remem
impels me to write you a word. I
“her no consolation, and I need not as-
snre yon -ql my sympatby.But you and.
your wife are still youg and hopeful; and
though you will never forget this firstling
of the flock, nor fail trt remember her
with a pensive and chastened sadness, yet
yon will live to realize, even in this state
of being, bow wisely prescient and mer
ciful is the chastisement which “smites
but to heal.'* .
Let me give yon, in this connection, a
leaf from my experience.
I bave had seven children, of whom five
are gone: Of three sons none survive,
and two of them were respectfully
and 6 years of age when they were re
claimed. i t need hot say how beautiful
and good they were—the early called ate
always thus: When the first of them died
my youth ended. I thought I Ciu Id nev.-
er be sorely stricken thent-e forth. Yet in
dde time there ; came another, 1 hot so deli
cate, so beautiful, so poetic ; yet soloy-.
log, so tender, so devoted to' me that I.
thought I had never been understood be
fore. 1 cannot remember that, during his
six years’ abode with us, he ever even
wished to contravene my will, t
I left him January.l4th for .that bard
western tour, in brave spirits and good
general health. At Galesburg, after leav
ing yon, I had a letter dictated by him
leaving him in excellent health. I heard,
no more till I reached Scranton, Pa., on
my way home, when a telegram reached
me r f during my lecture, stating that he
was’dangerously ill of croup. I hastened
home next evening at 8. only to find him
dead an hour before; after enduring a se
vere operation and extreme sufferings.
With him I buried my last earthly aspira
tion. I have two little daughters, one
eight years old,the other but four months,
having been born since bis death, but
they are very different from, and do not
Did you not intend to see me this sea
son ? Kind regards to Mrs .
Yours, Horace Greeley.
The following letter was in reply to a
request that Mr. Greeley would say a
word, editorially, in commendation of a
projected silver mining company in which
some of our foremost citizens were inter
ested, but which, notwithstanding (for
because of) these high auspices, did, in
the end, vindicate Mr. Greeley’s good
Judgment by turning out to be an inglo
New York, June 14. 1864.— My Dear
Sir: I dare not say anything of any par
ticular gold mine, because T some years
since persuaded friends to invest in two
or three that looked dazzling, but which
proved delusive. I lost my own money,
which I could spare ; but the less of my
friends’ little boards made me sore and
sad, and ! dare not say “Gold mine’’ ever
since. Let us keep our money for the
needs of the government fora little while,
and then we can safely invest in gold
Yours, Horace Greelet
The Pint Family Prayer.
Howland Hill was once staying at a vil
lage inn. Bed time came, and he said to
the waiter who came out to say it was
time the lights were out:
"I have been waiting a long time, ex
pected to be called to family prayer.”
"Family prayer! We never have such
"Indeed ! tell your master I cannot go
to bed till we have prayer.”
The waiter told bis master, who came
"Bir, t wish yon would go to.bed, I
cannot go till I baye seen the lights all out,
I am so kfraid of fife,”
"So am I, but lihave been expecting to
be summoned to family prayer.”
“It cannot be done at an'lnn.”
"Then get me my horses; I cannot
sleep in a house where there ; s no family
"I have no objection to have a prayer.,
but I don’t know how.” i .
“Well, then, call jour people.”
In a few minutes the family were upon
ttaeir knees, and the landlord was called
upon to pray.
"Sir, I never prayed in my life; I don’t
"Tbeu ask God to teach you.”
"God teach ns bow to pray,” said the
“That is prayer; go on.”
"Pm sure I don’t know what to say
"God has taught him to pray; thank
him for it. Thank God Almighty for let'
ling us pray to him.
“Amen, amen !” said Mr. Hill, sndthen
A chapel and a school were soon found
ed in this village'as the result of this first
prayer in the landlord’s family.
“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek
and yon shall find ; knock, and it shall be
opened unto you,” ‘ln everything by
•prayer and supplication with thanksgiv
ing, Ie* s yonr requests be made known un
Another clever gentleman has been
deceived by hydrants. Wh Hi homeward
bound, working long longitudes, rejoic
ing under the influence of about one
thousand drops of the oil of joy, he ran
against a hydrant, which he mistook for
a small colored buy. “Skuse me, sonny,”
said he, palling the hydrant paternally;
“didn’t ran yer do.vn ’Cause yer was
black. Grow up (hie) and be a useful
man. Imitate (hie) my example.” And
here he laid a quarter on its nozzle and
went on. with a lighter heart and the sat
isfaction that he had made one poor sou i
A H. FttANCISCUS&CO.;
5 13 M ARKET STREET,
We have opened for the FALL TRADE, the
largest and best assorted Stock of
Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloth** Window
Sliadesand Paper,, Carpet Chain * Cotton,
( . Tam , Batting*; Wadding* I'icines,
->f Wiekfi, Cloek*, Looking Qlaqses t ..
Faneg Baskets, Brootns.Bas~
kets, ■■ BueJuts, BruMes, !
Clothes Wringer*, Wood
in the Xfnited
Onr large increase In business enables ns to sell"
at low prices and furnish the best quality of goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER
Price $5.50. ' ■ :U '/
The Most Perfect and Successful Washer
Agents wanted for the' AMERICAN .WASHER
in all parts of the State,
! ; xnar39-Bm—seJ-3m - j
B. W. 6EBLT. . JAKES OSBCBK
gBE L Y & OSBTJ R N ,
Successors to li. W. Seely,
QUEENSWARE and NOTIONS,
Cash paid for Farmers’ Marketing,
A VALUABLE INVENTION I gj
AN ENTIRELY NEW
Sewing Machine !
FOR . DOMESTIC USE.
Only Five Dollars!
With the New Patent Button Hole Worker.
The Most Simple and Compact
The Most Durable and Economical in Use.
A Model of Combined Strength, and Beauty.
Complete in all its parte, uses the Straight Eve
Pointed Needle, Self-Threading, direct upright
Positive Motion, New Tension, Self Teed and
Cloth Gnider. Operates by Wheel and on Table.
Light Running, Smooth and Noiseless, like* all
good high-priced machines. Has patent check to
prevent the wheel being turned the. wrong way.
Uses the thread direct from .the spool. Makes the
Elastic Lock Stitch (finest and strongest stitch
known;} firm, durable, close and rapid. Will do
all kinds of work, fine and coarse; from Cambric
to heavy Cloth or Leather, and usee all descrip
tions of thread.
The berft mechanical talent in America and Eu
rope has been devoted to improving and simplify
ing our Machines, combining only that which is
practicable, and dispensing with all complicated
surroundings generally found in other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to male
and female agents, store keepers, &c., who will
establish ugeucleethrough the country and keep
our new machines on exbibitionand sale. County
rights given to smart agents free. Agent’s com
plete outfits furnished without any extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars containing
terms, testimonials, engravings, <tc., sent free.
DBOOIIO Sliwnra mavilllrlh
No. 1329 Broadway,
OLDEST IN THE STATE.
B. F. BROWN «fc CO.,
116 BMITHFIELD STREET, PITTSBURGH, Pi
~ , _ 8 , ..V ■ . 1 I
Collect Pensions, Bounties, PrlzeMoncy, Ac
Special attention paid to suspended and• rejecter
claims. Applications by mall attended to as $
made in person. [Beptl3-6m i
Joseph c. eaiupp. Tfloaua nnoeni. i
Bailiff & brown, f
. o'(>.l . ■ ■ i
GAS AND STEAM PIPE YfITTBIS
NO. 65 FEDERAL ‘
Agitators and Tanks lined by a niea? ptAteei,:i tc
-Hydro-Atmospheric Blow Pipe. 1 TeftlT.7l
No. 48 MARKET. STREET,
OPEN DAT AND NIGHI
The beet Brands of WINES, LIQUOE|B, A E
BEER.,&c., always on band lb tfie Uibr.' Oyer
eteWed in every style.
C. B. STBlft, Propriety
Manufactureand Dealer in
i BOOTS, SHOES AND OAITEI
I NO. 188- FEDERAL STREET,
j 1 ALLEGHENY CITY. PA
fS»”Parrtcularattention paid to Custom Work
JOHN M. BUCK & CO M
Agents for James B. Stanbury’e CeleVai
also dealers rtf
CAN, BUCKET AND SHELL Cl
TERS, ALL KINDS FRESH
FISH, GAME, CANNED
FRUITS, &c., &c.
184 Liberty st. A 44 Diamond Market^
Orders solicited usd promptly filled at lov
gOOTS | BOOTS !! BOOTS
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!
If you want to SAVE, MONET, buy your Bod
Shoes, and Gaiters at I
113 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHEt
t: : 3 doors above Semple’s Dry Qoods Store.
Mpu’a, Boots, - - |i,7s!tp/-$5,
Boys’,Boots, . . , - . -1175‘. to,' 3,
Youths’Boots, • - : 1,50 t 6’ f ‘ 2,
Men’s Gaiters, - - -' 2.00 to 3,
Boys’ Gaiters, • • • IJS- to 2.
Ladles’ Shoes, . - - - 1,75 to, 2
Misses Shoes," ... 1,50 to 2
Children’* Shoes, - - SO to ’ 1
Ladies’-Gaiters* . - - -.1,25 to 3
- • - 1,23. to , 2
M6nVi^<firty'Shoes, - ; -• 1,23 to 2
We l.M|e Stock of Men’s; Koys, You’
Boots. Shoeafifid GfiUeSs. at alt prices. l and i II
line of Mcp> anti Boys’ Kip .Boots on hand: w
a large lot of Ladies’ Misses’ and Children’s E :j
Shoes, Button Congress, Serge and Velvet S' «,
Call and examine for yourselves.' Don’t fiei
the place, , ......
W. C. SLAUGHTERBECK. '
173 Federal street, Allegheny
Ja 10-fiml 3 doors above Semple’s Dry Goods'! n
Read by everybody.
THE BEAVER BADICA
OHA& B. BURST,
lISDRAKCE and GE»ERAL*AGENCT.
FireLifG antf lnsurance.
NOTARY PUBlic, CONVEYANCER,
REAL E9TATE A<?ENT.
■* 4 - .
ANCHOR AND NATIONAL OF OCEAN
STS^r^S^l, .i« **• -»
Fire, life" and Xopident written at fair
rates andllberaltenas. Agree
ments, & c.,‘ correctly written. Depositions and,
Actomwladglnent* taken.: Paßsenirtrs booked to
and from aJlbarts of Scotland,
France and Germany. j Money and gdOde forward? ;
ed toall partßof the united States and. Canada. •
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QF HARTFORD, CONN. :
cash''Assets,...:.';..'.*...'-... ..... $6,0d0,000
Established in and most reliable
Company in the World.
j “By their Piuitsye shall know them.*’'
I-oeses Paid teJamist, 18TI;... *28,000,000
OF NEW TORE,
cash assets,.;..., ...'..,...;..:.;.. fi,s(jo,oco
ANDES INSURANCE COMPANY,
cach Assets . v /*i,Poo,ood
, OF PIULADELPBIyA, PA
CASH ASSETS,.over ........ fWO,OOO
' 1 ' t< j r , . • * \ . •
OF LANCASTER, PA;
CASH PAID ... *240,000
OF ERIE, PA.
CASH CAPITAL. ....i... «250,i00
Insures against damage by lightning as well as fire.
HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS. ...,...... *3,500,000
TRAVELERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT
CASH ASSETS,...w.. i. *1,500,000
Paid losses,-since ite*rgapizatloU, of over.*7oo
a day; for death and injury.
Representing the- above figst class Companies,
acknowledged to bo Amongst the best-in the world,
and representing a gross Gash Capital of over Six--
teeh Millions‘or Dollars, lam abje to take ihsar
anco in departments, and Policies issued without
delay. Losses liberally adjusted 'find ■ ptdinpily
paid. Insureto-doy, By ova days' neglect ordelay
you may loose the savings of years, .Delays are
dangerous, and life uncertain. Insure to-day.
One Unlay is worth two to-morrows. Quality also
is Of the. utmost importance. The low priced,
vnglfalees-article ‘ always ' proves the dearest.
Therefore, iooLto (jfuaiilyailhe paixortount consid
fffitißfc&TLtnjT is the Cheapest -'As you
sow that you shall yon reap.”
’■ Grateful for the- very liberal patronage already
bestowed, I flatttetmyself, by etrfctattention tea
legitimate business, not only toOmferH a continu
ance m the same, bttt hope, by the facilities and
inducements r offer, for a large'
ificretle during the present year- ■ . -
Mr. S. A . CRAIG is-duly authorized o take
applications in adjoining boroughs and townships.
CHARLES B. HUBBT,
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DiSCRASGifi " COMPANY !
HOHI THOS. E; FRANKLIN* Pres.
B. F. : SHENK, Treasurer.
EDWARD BBC WIN, Secretary. ;
m ? i - ,r ( Diasppoßa: . ■
: THOS. JS, FRANKLIN, ,
i JOHN li' ATLEt Physician;
HENRY CARPENTER, PHyeldan;
JACOfiMi FRASra, a
C. BLAGER of HagerA Bro. Merchant*;
?%• *• REBILof Rded, M’Grail & Co., Bankers;
i' f : -'&JwSSSSB?®* ex-Memberof Congress;
~ F. BHRODKB, of Shroder A Co - , Cotton,Mao.:
* "ILF. SHENK. of Sherik, Hangman A Co.;
, r MERCHANDISE,
MILLS AND FACTORIES,
1 And all other FIRE RISKS taken at as low rates as
any first class Company can afford.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID.
i Term Policies issued on Dwellings, farm proper
i ty, Ac., at
\ I LOW RATES,
j And Policies liberal in other terms. Apply to
j CHAS. B. HURST, Agent,
i I ROCHESTER, PA.
P. HATCH STARR, President.
THOS. H. MONTGOMERY, V. Pres.
ALEX. W. WILTER,Secy.
I ‘ ' :vl -,'j ».*• ./
lACOB PETERSON. Sec'y.
ASSETS Feb. $530,39^14
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.'
Perpetual and tendPoliciesa ery liberal rates
and terms. Apply to. ,
CHAS. B. BURST, Agent, ,
- ■ ' ROCHESTER, PAs
JM. PIPE & C 0.,
• HEAVER PALLS, PENN’A..
i . : Manuf&etutcia of
jpOOKINQ. HEATING, AND PARLOR STOVES'
» j ___ o t different styles ana finish.
■ F * r t* ie are of the latest pet terns and
j.areifiigbly approved, being chaste andbeautilullt
'appeoranee. ° oc2tr7C-ly
AND . .
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R. NOR TO Ni
PIANOS AM) ORGAN'S,
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I 'fo; ‘i::
.STATE AGENT i
POR THE CELEBRATED
' JEWETT •
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i him ‘,:’”r.-:noo if Ij vr tmr.
f dTBBND TOR, , 9ATAUM3UE.
T> OCHESTER PLANING, SASH AND
ft; •.i!!;;iDOOR MUiLS 1 ■'
MONROE MILLER. I'M W. DOLBY.
; V OX).\
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
R °V°Sr M£’i£h Al £i& LUI (P JSB ' vsessel
FLOORING , SIDJNQ^SHELFING.
. : LA*B Aira shingles'
ROCHESTER, BEAVER COUNTY, BA.
Q tF. TAYLOR,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
REAL ESTATE AGENT r
BEAVER FAILS, PA.
of Writing promptly attended to, ‘,
I Real,Estate bougntand spld on reak-nabls Con
' TE.N EMENTS,
I M P R 9y, E D AN D U;N JM E R O.y E
BOROUGH OP ROCHESTER
1 J:’ F :I E TTI T T ,
SMITH’S FERRYxJSAYER CO., PA.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
NOT A It T P ÜBLJC
run san OF LANDS: IN EAST VIRGINIA.
ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER
■ , . ..... /r . AND- ,
HA IR H R EBBER,
N O. 5 3 M A RKET STREET.
Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by
experienced workwomen. [feb3*7l-ly
GW. MASSE Yv
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... CLOT H,l « Q .
cleaned, DtED and; Paired
•' AT SHOBfrRO’rtOBL :
. . s NQ, 74 GRANT) STREET,
feblO'7l-ly PITTSBURGH, PA.
p , M. EtLiS,
ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER.
OPPI C B; RAllB K Y ’ 8 BLO C K
BEAVER PALIS, BBAVKfi CO;, PA.
Plans buildings and
private residence. Estimates of .the cost of Tin lld
ing, andall business coHnected-wlth architecture,
attended to promptly and satisfactorily,
tobWefciy. > ' •'•••-
JT CONCERNS ALL r
LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN'S
HA I R D R ESS IN G RO DM S,
Hair of Every Description, /
Hair Cut Neatly.
felO-ly 4? Fourth Ave.,PITTSBURGH
CORNER MARKET A THIRD STREETS,
Instant belief for thi
Having been afflicted .with that terrible com,
plaint, completely unfitting me for bnsloeec
for weeks at . a time, for the 'last- - twelve
years, and at last found a Remedy,that «lver
INSTANT AND - COMPRETE RBtJ£P~| have,
concluded to have It prepared for awe, eo. that otb
ers similarly vfhicted chn tecelvethd* benefit of 2,
assuring tfiemthati&tri# do aU, Qns.niore,.tfian it
poimited/or if, -ind that persons Once -using wil,
never be ■ without It, as <ls ,numertms otters sola
hate triedkt canUttfa. • ‘
It can be had at tm Drug Stow ol Willia* L.
Bckchuho, 1 Rochester, Pa.; or will be sent by mali
to any pert.y,': enclosing fj, and ten cents for post,
age. ' CHaS.* B. ITURST,
novlfi’7(Kly . Rochester, Beaver county,.Pa.
J> EADY FOR CHRISTMAS.
We have received an elegant stock of
WATCHES, CHAINS, CHAIN AND BAND
BRACELETS. DIAMOND PINS.. EAR RINGS,
STUDS. »na BINGS, CORAL. STCNK.GAMEO,
AMATHYST. TOPAZ, ONYX and GOLD SETS
OF JEWELRY, FINENE€KLACKS *hd LOCK
ETS, SLEEVE BUTTONS. -STUDS COLLAR
BUTTONS. GENTS’ PINS.’GOLD ANIf SILVER
HEAD CANES* and SILVER!
PLATED WARE, TASffiTTCILET SETS. PA
RIAN MARBLE AND FANCY GOODS. Ail suit
able for Holfday Presents, and will be sold low at
C ■ ■ WATTLES A SHKAFER’B,
dec6-lm. , 101 Fifth'Av.', Pittsburgh. Ps.
$250 A MONtH * s2 ®°'
Wfi WANT IO,<JOO AGENTS, MALE OB FEMALE.
To- make the above amount, selling BRIWS
COMBINATION .NEEDLE CASE AND PORTE
MONNAIR. This isAd article of absolute aeesstk
tv with every ladyv and ;paye a large pi offt. For
Circular and terms address
PITTSBURGH SUPPLY COMPANY.
decC-Sm. .Pittsburgh, Pa.
IN AND NEAR THE
FOR SALE AND RENT, BY
And Manufacturer of
G. W. HUNTER,
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I - l
JOHN CONWAY & CO.,
BANKERS & RROKEHS
Dialers iic ExchakgeCoin and Kxchakg*
Acconnfe of Xanofactpreir, Merchants and Indi
INTEREST. AI4.OW.ED ON TIME| DEPOSITS
Cptreipondenco will receive prompt Mention.
Rochester, Ang.lst, 187*—*ng*-6m.
gEAVEB OEPO 81 THAN K
7 OF JfBAV£Si PA.
EBBN AI.LIBONv - • • CabSieb.
COLLECTION'S PKOItPTLY MADK AND RE
COBRBSrONDENOE AND ACCOUNTS 8
SICITED. . . . . •
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. •
EXCHANGE, SECURITIES, &c., BOUGHT
lOffice hours frrm a. «. to 4p. it.
BENTEt & CO..
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Are now prepared to do a general Banking and
Broker business. Notes discounted, Government
bonds and s other, securities bought, and sold, and
collections tnade on all accessible points in the
Uuitgd States. u .
Interest-allowed on time deposits.
Offico hoare from 9a. to 4p m. Saturday*
fromC a. v. to 9p. n. '
U l C. H. BENTEL.
Jan. 26, iSTO-Gm. , Cashier
NATIONAL BANK ,
NO. 33 FIFTH AVENUE,
ririSß URGH. fa.
J. W. COOK, Fregidenl.
R. W. MACKEY, Cashier
W, McCANDLESS, Aeet. L'athier. fdels’ 8
H. E. & H. HOOPES,
NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
Correspondence of Banks, Bankers 1 and'Her
chants solicited* Collections promptly mate an d
James t. brady & co.,
(Successors to 8. donee & C 0.,)
COB. FOURTH AVBNUB & WOOD STRESI
BA N K E R 8 ,
BUT AND SELL ALL KINDS OF
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
.tSKS 5 government bonds
JAS T BRADY AGO.
e. 8. BAIISXB, r. a. babkbb. o. a. babkeb
Q * barker & co.,
New Bbxshtoh, Pens’a*.
G. S., BARKER & CO.,
Beaveb Palls, Pbvn'a.,
EXCHANGE, COIN.COUPONB, Ac.
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JOffit V . M’DOKALD,. W. J. SPF.YT3SER,
ozo. c. spstxber, h. /; spBTEBKR, CasEier
speyerer & McDonald,
Coi ?’ Govern Blent Securi-
RnleB ftonißhed by applying at
B&tropen Sally from t a. m;, till 4 p. m.,aßd on
Saturday eyeninge from 6 to 8 o’clock.
, ■**:* -RJPKB, BY PrnaigslON, TO
L, H Gatinas & Co, HonJSßntan
Orf& Cooje^ ’ ’
SJCroseACo, Wa Kennedy,
Snieder * Wacks, John* harp,
B 8 Banger, RB Edgar.
s B Wihmn National
Bank, Pittsburgh. Pa.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - 13,000,000
CASHASSETS, - $5,540,504.97,
TOTAL LIABILITIES, - - - *256,068.89
NET ASSETS, - $5,293,430.08.
CHARTERED IN 1819.
“BT THEIR FRUITS YE KNOW THEM
losses paid in 61 years, 1 '
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CHAS.B. HfRST, Agent,
'-PEN BAY AND NIGHT,
mHals at all hoirs.
No. 19 SIXTH ST., ilate St. Clair,)
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